Reno-based artist Kaitlin Bryson talks about her performance/installation piece, “To Become One of the Truly Dead,” shown as part of the group show “in Spite Of…” – a joint exhibition shown at SNC and the Holland Project.
Art Professor Russell Dudley and Gallery Coordinator Logan Lape fundraised and planned months in advance to ensure Project Overlook’s success on the playa. Below is a discussion with the artists regarding on-the-spot revisions, working conditions and an unexpected pitch with the wind.
On Thursday April 12 in SNC’s Tahoe Gallery, Senior Glen Cheriton, wrapped up his B.F.A. course work with the presentation of his installation, Aggregate of all our Joys and Sufferings. The show opened with a warm reception of students, faculty and friends of Cheriton in attendance to show their support and appreciate the man hours of work put into organizing the show.
On March 23, the Clay Club led by Sheri Leigh O’Connor, Fine Arts department chair, and Assistant Professor Rick Parsons, embarked to Seattle for the National Council on the Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA), an international ceramic conference held annually.
“The Clay Club submitted a proposal to a themed juried exhibition, ‘Weather or Not,’ and was accepted as one of the groups to make an installation at the conference based on this year’s theme, ‘On the Edge,” said Parsons.